Author Archives: Stephanie Neumann

Crossnotes

(Deutsch) Eine stärkere Verbundenheit der Menschen zu einem Ort fördert die Identifikation mit diesem. Wir untersuchen, inwieweit persönliche Erlebnisse und Geschichten die Verbundenheit zu einem Ort stärken können. Durch eine Reihe von Experimenten untersuchen wir adäquate Eingabemethoden für das Einsammeln und Konservieren von persönlichen Geschichten im öffentlichen Kontext.

Living Room – Lights on, camera action!

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Neighbours board

Boards for all is a prototype that examines concepts for public communication in neighborhood communities. Based on the rapid growth of private, location-aware mobile devices and services, we are looking for ways to introduce a more collective experience of hybrid (digital + physical) public spaces […]

A box full of memories

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Nightstand for free. Your Neighbours.

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Once upon a time I …

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Timeshaft

Timeshaft is an intervention that transforms any activity in an elevator into a public action by capturing and layering consecutive elevator rides on top of each other. Passengers may realize if they can see people from the past now, someone in the future will see […]

Designer Workshop 02 – Focus

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Inhabitants Workshop 01 – What does Neighbourhood mean to you?

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Say Hello to Mimosa!

To test our Mimosa #3 in a real context and evaluate how people react to the living interface, we set up a test run in the elevator. Unfortunately we could only talk to some persons from the video to get feedback on the testing. If you […]

Designer Workshop 01 – Icebreaker and Potentials

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Mimosa #2

The “Durst!” project taught us that taking care of something is a main issue in a house with anonymous structures. We created Mimosa to take the experiment further. In urban neighborhoods, the anonymous nature of the tenants affords an absence of interaction and lacks a […]

EachOneShootsOne

EachOneShootsOne

3 cameras x 10 pictures = 30 contacts? EachOneShootsOne is a set of cultural probes (Gaver, W. et al.) in the form of disposable cameras. Each camera was handed out with a certain challenge. After accomplishing this challenge the camera should be passed on to […]

Mimosa #1

The “Durst!” project taught us that taking care of something is a main issue in a house with anonymous structures. We created Mimosa to take the experiment further. In urban neighbourhoods anonymous structures are a main issue that goes along with an absence of interaction […]

HouseGuerilla

To explore the level of interaction in the house, we ran a series of experiments in a semipublic area of the building. We installed three prototypes on three stories. These prototypes were called – Durst!, Fundstücke and Momente. Durst! (Thirst) Durst! consists of a plant […]